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ANDROID Doctoral School in Disaster Resilience 2013

The first part of the DS 2013 comprised of the online doctoral school where 27 doctoral candidates from 12 countries participated. Fiveteen of these candidates participated in the three day residential programme (RDS2013). It involves candidates submitting abstracts and full papers for presentation at the sessions. The papers were submitted to a rigorous double blind expert review process and the final papers are compiled and published as this edited book of proceedings. The candidates were required to present their papers to an expert panel which were then critiqued with verbal and written feedback provided. The candidates were required to submit their final papers addressing all recommendations of the doctoral school panels to be incorporated in to these proceedings.

The main objective of the Residential Doctoral School (RDS 2013) was to bring together doctoral candidates from academic institutions worldwide and provide them a multidisciplinary learning and knowledge sharing platform. It will enable them to interact and network with experts in disaster resilience and allied fields encouraging peer learning and access to wide pool of resources provided by the network.

This year a total of 13 ANDROID doctoral school scholarships were awarded to the RDS 2013 candidates. All candidates received certificates of attendance and an 3 papers of the RDS 2013 was selected to present at the plenary session of the main ANDROID conference. 

You may download the RDS 2013 Proceedings from here

ANDROID Doctoral School in Disaster Resilience 2014

The Doctoral School (DS 2014) is the second edition of the doctoral school programme of the ANDROID network, established as part of ANDROID Work Package 3. Its main objective is to bring together doctoral candidates from academic institutions worldwide and provide them a multidisciplinary learning and knowledge sharing platform. It will enable them to interact and network with experts in disaster resilience and allied fields encouraging peer learning and access to wide pool of resources provided by the network.

The first part of the DS 2014 comprised of the online doctoral school where 44 doctoral candidates from 27 countries participated. Twenty six of these candidates participated in the three day residential programme (RDS2014). It involves candidates submitting abstracts and full papers for presentation at the sessions. The papers were submitted to a rigorous double blind expert review process and the final papers are compiled and published as this edited book of proceedings. The candidates were required to present their papers to an expert panel which were then critiqued with verbal and written feedback provided. The candidates were required to submit their final papers addressing all recommendations of the doctoral school panels to be incorporated in to these proceedings.

This year a total of 25 ANDROID doctoral school scholarships were awarded to the RDS 2014 candidates. All candidates received certificates of attendance and an award for best paper of the RDS 2014 was made.

You may download the RDS 2014 Proceedings from here

ANDROID Doctoral School in Disaster Resilience 2015

We wish to bring to your notice the forthcoming ANDROID doctoral school event to be held in Newcastle, Australia. Those who are interested may present their work at these sessions.

Please note: Abstract submission deadline is extended up to 5 January 2015.

Download call for papers from here.

Conference Website and paper submission details.

Conference website: http://newcastle.edu.au/buildresilience2015

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 April 2015 16:05

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